Games to watch this college football season

  • Updated: August 27, 2013 - 9:47 PM

GAMES TO WATCH

Saturday: Georgia at Clemson

How does Za Top-10 matchup in the season opener sound?

Sept. 7: South Carolina at Georgia

Georgia QB Aaron Murray faces feared DE Jadeveon Clowney.

Sept. 14: Alabama at Texas A&M

Texas A&M handed Crimson Tide its only loss last season.

Sept. 21: Michigan State at Notre Dame

This looks like best matchup of a slow weekend.

Sept. 28: Wisconsin at Ohio State

This should be Ohio State’s first real test in a soft schedule.

Oct. 5: TCU at Oklahoma

TCU had rough debut in Big 12 last season. Horned Frogs will rebound this season.

Oct. 12: Florida at LSU

Hopefully this is a night game. Night games at LSU are always a spectacle.

Oct. 19: Florida State at Clemson

ACC division matchup could have even larger implications.

Oct. 26: Stanford at Oregon State

Stanford must survive tough road test to stay in national title race.

Nov. 2: Georgia vs. Florida

World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party. Enough said.

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